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Admission ticket to the Canal Museum of Panama

Admission ticket to the Canal Museum of Panama
Cultural & Theme Tours > Cultural Tours > Cultural Tour
$10
Duration: 1 to 3 hrs
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Description

The  Panama Canal Museum is a public museum located in Panama City, Panama. Established in 1997, the museum is devoted to the history of the construction of the Panama Canal in its various stages, including the first French construction attempt, the later construction by the United States, and the eventual transfer to Panamanian control. The current building dates from 1874 and served originally as the headquarters of both the French and U.S. companies engaged in the construction of the canal. It is located in the city's old quarter.

This activity includes a admission ticket to the museum. The museum is open from Tuesday - Sunday from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm and closed on Mondays. The admission ticket gives you full access to the museum, including temporary and permanent exhibitions but excluding any tour guides, or food / beverages.

Opened in 1997, this history museum chronicles the planning, construction and present-day operation of Panama's landmark canal. Learn about the canal's various construction stages, including the first French construction attempt, the later construction by the United States, and the eventual transfer to Panamanian control. The current building dates from 1874 and served originally as the headquarters of both the French and U.S. companies engaged in the construction of the canal. 

Please note that the ticket cashier closes at 4:30 pm.

The  Panama Canal Museum is a public museum located in Panama City, Panama. Established in 1997, the museum is devoted to the history of the construction of the Panama Canal in its various stages, including the first French construction attempt, the later construction by the United States, and the eventual transfer to Panamanian control. The current building dates from 1874 and served originally as the headquarters of both the French and U.S. companies engaged in the construction of the canal. It is located in the city's old quarter.